City of Richland Hills Fire and Rescue Facility
Scheduled to complete in 2021, the City of Richland Hills recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate its new 10,800 sq. ft. fire and rescue facility, replacing the existing fire station built in 1971. NCS is working alongside the City of Richland Hills and Steele & Freeman, Inc. to ensure a state-of-the-art communications center and control room with a robust structured cabling infrastructure and security solutions.
The new fire station will include bi-fold front doors on all apparatus bays that open in only five seconds and an innovative diesel exhaust removal system for each fire engine and ambulance.